Complete List of Barefoot Boots for Men & Women

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*Updated for Fall 2021!*

If you’re looking for a cold weather barefoot boot, look no further! Don’t let the temperature keep you from going “barefoot.” Foot health can be maintained all year, no matter the weather. So read on for a full list of minimalist boots for men and women, organized by style!

And if you’d like to see which of these are my personal favorites, here is a post of the 1o Best Barefoot Boot Options.

Needs kids barefoot boots instead? Check out this post.

Barefoot Chelsea Boots

Barefoot Lace-up Boots

Barefoot Combat Boots/Grunge

Looking for barefoot combat or buckle boots with a grungy look? Here is a list of edgier barefoot boot options. You can see my favorites with more photos/info in this post on the Best Barefoot Combat Boots.

Barefoot Hiking Boots

Read this post for my Top 8 Barefoot Hiking boots

Barefoot Desert/Chukka Boots

Barefoot Warm Winter Boots

For more in-depth information on warm barefoot winter boots, check out my review of the all time warmest options!

Barefoot Vegan Boots

Barefoot Riding Boots

Barefoot Rain Boots

Asgard rain boots on their side with yoga socks and liners laid out with them
Asgard Rain Boots

I have a whole article dedicated to this! Check out my List of Waterproof Barefoot Shoes for Rain to see your options.

Other Barefoot Boot Styles


Joe Nimble has a good variety of boots available, but they do not ship to the US, so are only available to international customers. If you want to shop Joe Nimble boots in the US you have to order from Joe Nimble US (Use code ANYASREVIEWS for $10 off) or Baer Shoes

Barefoot Boot Sole Shapes

For more detailed information on the barefoot boot options available, make sure you check out my other useful barefoot boot articles!

But in the meantime, check out these outsole comparisons for 21 major barefoot boot options to see how they compare and which is most likely to work for you.

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23 thoughts on “Complete List of Barefoot Boots for Men & Women”

  1. Keep up the great blog! I’m really enjoying your varied styles and reviews. I feel like our feet and preferences seem similar so I’ll let you review before I buy haha!

    I have the Xeroshoes Vienna and I like a lot of things about them but your Vivo Fulham is definitely sleeker! The Vienna is very comfortable but made of canvas (as opposed to leather) and the medial area of the canvas next to my arch puffs out way more than necessary. It really plays up the ‘clown shoe’ look and makes the rear end of the shoe too wide. I love them but part of me wishes I’d tried the Vivos as I’m a leather gal and prefer a sleek look. That said the elastic opening is A+, the toe box is great, they added a toe cap, and I love how much ankle freedom I have.

    1. Thanks so much for this info! I am also a leather girl and always go for sleek. BUT, you can’t beat comfort. I’m sure this info will be helpful to other readers, so thanks again!

  2. So happy to find this list! I found the Vienna too narrow, and I’ve had several pairs of Vivos wear out in the soles after one season- their women’s can also be too narrow for me. Will check out some of the other options on this list!

  3. Thank you for your thorough reviews! These are so helpful!
    I just tried out the Camper Right Nina (bootie) and it was intriguing, but it looked and felt too much like a sock and not enough like a shoe. It was so small I couldn’t even put it on when I was wearing thin socks.
    I just ordered some Davinci boots to try, and I’m hoping that they’ll work better!

  4. Hi Anya

    Your blog is so helpful, thanks for the thorough reviews.

    Have you heard of Freet Mudees? Or have interest in reviewing them? They look quite promising and wide as well.

    1. Hello and thank you! I have heard of Freet Mudees but I don’t have any current plans to review them. I do know that Mel from Bare Steps has them and loves them. She might have a review on her site.

  5. I’m looking for an over the knee boot. Do you have any recommendations?
    Also, do you have any thoughts on baer-shoes.com?

    1. Baer is the parent company of Joe Nimble, they carry some barefoot friendly options but not all are. For over the knee boots, Zaqq has some that are very close, but not if you’re tall. Otherwise, there aren’t any! You could see if Zlatush is up to the task, she does custom orders.

  6. Hi Anya! Your blog is just a gold mine of information, thank you! 🙂

    I am an adult woman with very petite feet (size 33 normally, potentially 34 for boots), and I really struggle to find barefoot shoes that fit me and are also style-appropriate for adults/work. I can get away with some kids styles for casual flats (the Vivobarefoot Ababa kids are my go-to casual summer shoes!), but for the winter, I am stuck with pinchy toes! Would you happen to know which brands offer a wider range of sizes for adult shoes, especially for tall boots? I found Be Lenka with a Chelsea boot that come in size 33, but other recommendations would be muuuuch appreciated! Thank you!!

    1. Hi! Thanks so much. Mukishoes has some smart looking chelsea boots in kids sizes, and Froddo does as well. For a tall riding boot, you might need to look at a custom option. I just published a list of brands that do custom work, the Drifter leather is one that for sure does custom riding boots.

  7. Dear Anya-
    I really appreciate your website and your fun Instagram account. I have one critique though! I would love it if the links to websites would open in a new tab instead of closing out your site- it makes it harder to navigate and compare different brands. thank you!

      1. Could you give the names for the boots in the other pictures? I’ve been trying to go to each website but it’s a little time consuming. Thanks!

  8. Hello Anja!
    thank you for all the info!

    I need a pair that i can wear in the city/on the countryside, in the winter/fall also waterproof and work/hike in it-i am not a hard hiker :). The winter here is not so snowy but wet and cold. So i was trying to choose between Lems, Be Lenka ranger, vivo tracker 1. We dont have any barefoot shops in our country so i dont have the luxury to try and even return. I have wide feet (9-10 cm) and it is slope type. So i need to choose wisely 🙂

    It will be my first winter barefoot and im not sure which one to buy. I was wondering what you would suggest.. Ranger seems not a good option for fall, vivo seems not a good option for wide foot or risky to buy one size bigger and lems seems not so waterproof. So I stuck 🙂

    pls help 🙂

    1. My pick would be the Rangers for those weather conditions! They’re not so warm as to be uncomfortable in fall, but warm enough for winter and waterproof.

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I first discovered barefoot shoes after a long history of foot issues. By changing my footwear and strengthening my body I was able to completely transform my life. Anya’s Reviews is my way of sharing with the world that healthy feet are happy feet!

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